Marriage
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Federal court restores Utah polygamy ban

Marriage
by Samantha Gobba
Posted 4/12/16, 03:05 pm

A federal court upheld Utah’s ban on polygamy Monday, adding to the drama surrounding the TLC reality television show, Sister Wives.

The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dismissed a lawsuit filed six years ago by Kody Brown and his four “wives” to challenge the Utah law and re-instated a statute that makes bigamy a third-degree felony.

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Cancer, marriage, and refusing to give up

Q&A | Kim Kuo talks about her husband’s 10-year battle with cancer and why he fought to the end
by Warren Cole Smith
Posted 3/24/16, 12:15 pm

David and Kim Kuo were a Washington power couple. David Kuo was a special assistant to George W. Bush and deputy director of the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Kim graduated summa cum laude from Stanford University and studied at the London School of Economics. She settled into a career working for some of the largest and most powerful trade associations in executive-level positions, but then tragedy struck.

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Upside-down headship

Marriage | Men harm their wives when they mistake tyranny for leadership
by Janie B. Cheaney
Posted 2/19/16, 01:00 am

I know a woman who married for complex reasons: Her sordid past made her fearful and distrustful—of herself most of all. She met a man who was strong and committed to the faith she had recently discovered. A godsend! Or that’s what she told herself, even when she questioned some of his demands. But perhaps that was her fault; she had tons of sin to purge.

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